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Daily Meditation for Wednesday, April 23, 2014
‘Ask and it will be given to you’ - commentary
"We are told in the Gospels, ‘Ask, and it will be given to you; search, and you will find; knock, and the door will be opened for you.’ But, for this to be granted, we still need to have created the right conditions. Unless we have worked beforehand, we will be given nothing, we will find nothing and the door will not be opened for us. The best way to ask, search and knock is to begin by working.

And I might even add that if we give priority to spiritual work, the day will come when we will no longer need to ask, search or knock. Heaven is watching over us and knows what we need, and it will give it without our even asking for anything. We will no longer need to search, because by working to purify our thoughts, feelings and actions we will discover truth. Lastly, we will no longer need to knock – since we want to live the life of Christ, the doors will open before us and we will be free. Yes, these are the new Gospels."

Thought of the Week for Apr 20 - Apr 26, 2014
Spiritual Work
" When Jesus said: 'My Father is still working, and I also am working', what did he want us to understand? Have you ever asked yourself this question? Very simply, he was asking us to start working as well. But instead, people leave Jesus to his work with his Father, while they tend to their hens and pigs. You will say: 'But there is a world of difference between Jesus and us! He is the son of God, he is perfect, while we...! It is arrogant to imagine that we could do the same work he does.' Fine, think what you will, but know that Jesus himself thought differently, since he also said: 'Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect.' Or again: 'The one who believes in me will also do the works that I do and, in fact, will do greater works than these.' This is why I tell you that Christians are lazy. They would have others believe it is out of humility that they do not engage in the only activity which is truly worthwhile: participating in the work of God. No, this is not humility, but laziness! "
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